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Ams Says Delisting Of Osram Shares From Frankfurt Stock Exchange Expected For 30 June 2021
Osram CFO Kathrin Dahnke Leaves Osram Management Board By Mutual Agreement
Osram Licht Says Delisting Offer Announced By Majority Shareholder
Osram Licht AG is a Germany-based lighting manufacturer, specializing in semiconductor-based products for high-tech applications. The Company has three segments. The Opto Semiconductors segment develops products relating to optoelectronic semiconductor technology, such as light-emitting diodes (LEDs), optical sensors, infrared LEDs and laser diodes, among others. The Specialty Lighting segment offers lamps and systems for the automotive sector, stage and cinema applications, and industrial and medical applications, such as ultraviolet (UV) disinfection lamps. The Lighting Solutions & Systems segment is divided into two business units: Digital Systems develops LED light engines, electronic ballasts for LED modules and traditional lamps, and light management software with application in intelligent facility automation and the Internet of Things (IoT), and Lighting Solutions produces and sells luminaires as well as designs and implements solutions for internal and external lighting.
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* OSRAM CEO SAYS ALL BUT TWO OF OUR FACTORIES ARE RUNNING, CAPACITY GOOD
* ANNOUNCES RESULTS OF SHARE OFFERING IN CONJUNCTION WITH RIGHTS ISSUE
* OSRAM CEO SAYS IT IS NOT YET FORESEEABLE WHAT EFFECTS A POSSIBLE DISRUPTION OF SUPPLY CHAIN DUE TO CORONAVIRUS WOULD HAVE Further company coverage: (Berlin Speed Desk)
* OSRAM CEO SAYS HEADWINDS WILL CONTINUE IN Q1, SEE STABILISATION LATER IN THE YEAR
Austria's AMS <AMS.S> plans to launch a new takeover bid for German lighting group Osram <OSRn.DE> at the same price but lowering the acceptance rate to 55%, to make its vision of becoming a global leader in sensors and lights come true.
Austrian sensor company AMS launched a new takeover bid for Germany Osram Licht , offering 41 euros a share and setting a lower minimum acceptance threshold of 55% for the deal to go through.
AMS <AMS.S> <AMS.VI> already has a list of potential strategic buyers for Osram's <OSRn.DE> digital business it could talk to if it succeeds in purchasing the German lighting group, the chief executive of the Austrian sensor specialist said.
Austrian sensor specialist AMS <AMS.S> made a 4.3 billion euro($4.8 billion) counter-offer for larger German lighting group Osram <OSRn.DE> on Tuesday, raising the prospect of a bidding war with private equity duo Bain Capital and Carlyle <CG.O>.
Austrian sensor specialist AMS on Tuesday launched a public bid for much bigger Osram Licht that beats a rival offer for the German lighting group from private equity investors Bain Capital and Carlyle Group by 10%.
Austria's AMS <AMS.S> aims to complete the integration of Osram Licht <OSRn.DE> after a takeover within three years and then run the German company as a 100% subsidiary, the finance chief of the Swiss-listed group told Reuters.
* AMS OFFER FOR OSRAM LICHT STILL NOT CONVINCING, STILL CLEARLY REJECT TAKEOVER BY AMS (Berlin Speed Desk)
Austrian sensor specialist AMS <AMS.S> <AMS.VI> plans to buy Osram Licht <OSRn.DE> in a deal that would value the bigger, German group at 4.3 billion euros ($4.8 billion).
Osram <OSRn.DE> said on Monday it would consider a takeover by Austrian sensor maker AMS <AMS.S> that trumps a competing bid by Bain and Carlyle <CG.O> with a cash offer valuing the German lighting group at 4.3 billion euros ($4.8 billion).
* WILL EXAMINE DOCUMENTS RECEIVED FROM AMS AND THEN MAKE COMMENT Background: (Berlin Speed Desk)
Shares in German lighting specialist Osram Licht <OSRn.DE> were indicated 12% higher in Frankfurt early trading after rival AMS <AMS.S> launched a 38.50 euros ($43.13) a share takeover designed to trump a rival 35-euros-a-share offer from Bain and Carlyle.
Apple supplier AMS AG said it has made an all-cash takeover offer for German lighting group Osram Licht AG at an offer price of 38.5 euros per share.
German lighting group Osram Licht continues to struggle with a weak automotive industry and "economic turbulences" as the Munich-based company posted a quarterly net loss on Wednesday.
Austrian sensor specialist AMS AG <AMS.S> <AMS.VI> on Tuesday said it had decided to re-evaluate a potential transaction with lighting group Osram Licht <OSRn.DE>, only days after pulling back from a takeover approach.
Austria's AMS AG <AMS.VI> said on Tuesday it did not see "sufficient basis" for continuing its discussions with Osram Licht <OSRn.DE> to acquire the German technology company, one day after Osram made public the approach by AMS.
German lighting group Osram Licht on Monday said it had been approached by Austria's AMS to discuss a non-binding takeover offer at 38.50 euros per share.
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